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  • Ebola Training Resources

    Training Resources for Ebola Preparedness

    NWCPHP’s free online training resources are available to help health departments with Ebola preparedness.

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  • Town Hall Series

    "Health Matters" Public Health Series at Town Hall

    This fall, the University of Washington School of Public Health teams up with Town Hall Seattle to present a 4-event series, moderated by NWCPHP Director Tao Kwan-Gett, MD, MPH.

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    Patient Centered Outcomes Research Partnership (PCORP)

    NWCPHP's new training program will prepare scientists and clinicians to conduct research on patient-centered outcomes and the comparative effectiveness of medical treatments.

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  • Hot Topics October 2014

    Did you miss the October Hot Topics webinar?

    Watch a recording of the October Hot Topics, "Public Health's Response to the Oso Mudslide," available now.

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  • WAPH September 2014

    We Are Public Health Monthly Postcard

    Montana Cardiovascular Health Program works with primary care partners on their health information systems to address high blood pressure control.

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The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice (NWCPHP) provides training, research, evaluation, and communication services to public health organizations.

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“Congratulations on an excellent resource. The Effective Adult Learning toolkit is well put together in both content and format. I am currently involved in an initiative to provide continuing education for our faculty throughout the two-year college system here in Alabama and to provide basic instructor preparation for new and adjunct faculty. This toolkit is of tremendous value in this effort.”

—Dave Laton, Assistant Director for Career/Technical Education, Career and Technical Education and Workforce Development Division, Alabama Community College System